Princess Diner Owner, Manager Plead Guilty To Stealing Wages From Workers - 27 East

Princess Diner Owner, Manager Plead Guilty To Stealing Wages From Workers

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The Princess Diner

The Princess Diner

Richard Bivona

Richard Bivona

John Kalogeras

John Kalogeras

authorCailin Riley on Mar 9, 2018
The owner and manager of the Princess Diner in Southampton pleaded guilty last week to repeatedly failing to pay their restaurant workers and scheming to defraud them by continually lying... more

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